SGA co-presidents Jesse Corser-James ’23 and Stefanie Li ’23 discuss future plans


Media: Photo by Jason Zhou '23

Jesse Corser-James ’23 and Stefanie Li ’23 are excited to work together on SGA.

Jesse Corser-James ’23 and Stefanie Li ’23, who were elected by Hill’s student body to be next year’s co-presidents, hope to enhance the activities for students and work with David Hoffman, director of student enrichment and activities, to improve the weekend programs that currently exist at Hill. 

Corser-James and Li want to stay true to what students want during their time on SGA. They stated in an email, “With the new stadium coming, we hope to have a bunch of events planned there for students to enjoy.” 

During the co-presidential debate on April 28, Corser-James and Li mentioned they would like to find various uses for the new Madden Stadium. Often at school stadiums, high schools will have big games and social gatherings, which these new student leaders would like to make happen here at the Hill starting in the fall.

Another main goal is to enhance the big sibling program so that students who show an interest in participating can all successfully connect to their peer mentors. Li, who is an experienced debater on Hill’s forensics team, explained in the debate that this is a primary goal of hers. 

According to head debate coach Nick Malinak: “Stef is very successful in debates, as the way she does debate is hard to keep up with, as she is very insightful.”

Corser-James is a multi-sport athlete at Hill. He is on the varsity boys hockey and lacrosse teams. He will be signing his National Letter of Intent later this year to play Division I lacrosse at Stony Brook University. According to head boys lacrosse coach David Page, Corser-James will be a future captain of the lacrosse team; he always brings the same consistent emotion, win or lose. 

Page went on to explain how Corser-James is someone who everyone can rely on to do his job. According to Director of Hockey Sean O’Brien, “Corser-James is a terrific leader and compassionate teammate. His positive attitude, supportive nature, and high competitive level become infectious amongst his teammates. He is consistent in his actions both on and off the ice.”